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Daily Slop: Moss Motivated By Younger Competition; Riggins Proudest of Saying 'Give me the Ball'

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Need to Know: Return to RFK unlikely - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
I hate to stick a pin in the balloons of those who would like to see the Redskins play a game at RFK Stadium but it’s extremely unlikely. Apparently the subject has been going around since it was learned that a focus group assembled to get thoughts about the team name was asked...

Redskins potentially have 10 Pro Bowlers - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Playing for a Job: Defense |

A look at five defensive players who are currently under contract for 2014 who need to show improvement to ensure they are on the roster in 2014.

Riggins proudest of saying 'Give me the ball' | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"Literally, my hair stands up on the back of my neck," he said. "In acting, it's called emotional preparation, you're going to try to get into the emotion of the character when you go out of the stage."

Revisited, Week 3: Highs and lows during Redskins’ loss to Bengals

Making the Leap, No. 36: Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins -
Around The League continues its "Making the Leap" series with a look at Washington Redskins defensive end Jarvis Jenkins. Can Jenkins add a key pass-rushing element in 2013?

Do it again? Redskins can't wait to try - NFC East Blog - ESPN
ASHBURN, Va. -- Mike Shanahan is so excited he literally cannot sit still. He is up now, out from behind his desk, riffling through binders on a crede

The Redskins Blog | Bacarri Rambo’s Unique Nickname

The Redskins Blog | Martin Mayhew’s Short, But Impactful Stint

The Redskins Blog | Chris Chester Is Never Truly Out Of Sight

The Redskins Blog | Alfred Morris On Training Bud, Year Two

Moss Motivated By Younger Competition
No player on the roster represents the Redskins’ core values of teamwork, effort and tradition better than veteran WR Santana Moss, who is going into his ninth season on the team.

The NFL does not have a violence problem; American society does - Washington Times
Over the last decade, the arrest rate for NFL players is 2.9 percent compared to 10.8 percent for males in the general population aged 22 to 34, according to a recent study. That won't carry another sky-is-falling segment on CNN.